Fantastic facts about US sport

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Bruce Jenner was one of the greatest athletes in the 1970s. The 1976 Montreal Olympics won the gold medal at the Decathlon. Unlike most of the world-class tastings, it did not break with American colleagues. He told a reporter: "If you can train with a ten-person, you can not recall that you can do much better, but if you discard the disks with Mac Wilkins or throw away Al Feuerbach, you will learn a lot more about it." On October 28, 1949 was born on the Kisco Mountain in New York.

There are several sports icons in the Olympic Games: David Juarez (Cycling / California), James ("Jim") Ray Hines (athletics / Arkansas), Kurt Bilteaux Babe Ruth (baseball / Maryland), Bob Cousy (basketball / New York (Box / Missouri), Jimmy Thorpe (boxing / Texas), Jesse Owens (track & field / Alabama), Ricardo Juarez (dancer / Florida), Tiger Woods (golf / California), Edwin Moses Ohio), Rulon Gardner (wrestling / Wyoming), Brett Favre (American Football / Mississippi), Lance Armstrong John John Constance Johnny Unitas (American Football / Pennsylvania), Michael Jordan (basketball / indiana), Kahanamoku (Hawaii) Lewis (Alabama), Wilma Glodean Rudolph (athletics / Tennessee) Billie Jean King (tennis / California), Denton True "Cy" Young (baseball / Ohio), Mildred Babe & Didrikson Zaharias (golf Mark Andrew Spitz (swimming / California), Pete Sampras (tennis / Washington, DC) and Richard Douglas ("Dick") Fosbury (athletics / Oregon), Bob Beamon (track & field) New York Tony Azevedo

Mebrahtom Keflezighi won the silver medal at the 2004 Marathon in Athens (Greece), born in Eritrea, was a US citizen in the African nation that was devastated by poverty.

Between 1979 and 1998, Tom Tellez is one of the best coaches in the world Dennis Darling says: "He is one of the greatest coaches on the track in history. He has been here for a long time and has saved a lot of workout, he likes sports and wants to go on a good note and he did." Tom Tellez he was the 1991 US national champion of the World Track & Field tournament in Japan. Frederick Carlton Lewis (20th Century Athlete), Frank Rutherford, Leroy Burre Joe DeLoach, Dwight Stones, James Butts, Mike Tully, and Willy Banks, Tellez Coaches. He withdrew from the sport in May 1998. Tellez once said, "I've been training for over 40 years, it was more than a job, it was something I loved."

The United States has a number of foreign-born athletes: Rami Zur (canoeing / Israel), Jasna Reed (Table Tennis / Yugoslavia), Dikembe Mutombo (Basketball / Democratic Republic of Congo), Gao Jun Chang (Table Tennis / China), Hakeem Olajuwon Basketball / Nigeria), Jorge Zamora (chess / Honduras), Arturo Barrios (track & field / Mexico), Ruth Nortje (kayak / South Africa), Freddy Adu, Sanya Richards (track & field / Jamaica) and Abdihakem Abdiram ), Jaime Nieto (track & field / Dominican Republic), Maria Trujillo (Athletics / 19659002) This North American country sent 194 athletes to the Olympics in 1984. The US delegation had 15 athletes: archery (3) athletics (47), basketball (12), kayak (4), cycling (4), riding (8), fence (5), gymnastics (8), handball (15), hockey football (16), boating 25), Shooting (6), Swimming (25) Tennis (4) and Volleyball (12). [19659002] James Gilkeset was trained by US coaches. From 1975 to 1990 he was the most famous sportsman in the Republican Socialist Republic of Guyana (South America).

This country won 174 medals at the 1984 Olympics. These Olympic Games were the most successful in the history of the United States.

The United States has more Olympic stadiums than any other city in the world.

The Bolivian women's basketball team was Paul Gonzalez's coach in the United States. Bolivia won the gold medal in basketball in Bolivia in 1977.

US famous athletes: Evelyn Ashford (athletics / Olympic gold medal, 1984), Gail Devers (track & field / Olympic gold (basketball / Olympic gold medal, 1984, 1988, 1996 and 2000), Janet Evans (swimming / Olympic gold medal, 1988 and 1992), Mia Hamm (football / Olympic gold medal, 1996 and 2000), Mary Lou Retton (1984 Olympic Games), Jackie Joyner-Kersee (Olympic Gold Medal, 1988 and 1992) Nancy Johnson (Shooting / Olympic Gold Medal, 2000), Tara Nott Tara Lipinski (Skating / Olympic Gold Medal, 1998) and Kerry Walsh (Beach Volleyball / Olympic Gold Medal, 2004) and Mariel Zagunis (Olympic Gold Medal 2000), Kim Rhode Fence / Olympic Gold Medal , 2004).

Tony Azevedo is of Brazilian origin. This athlete was born on November 21, 1981 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He lives in Long Beach, California. According to many swimming experts, the most competitive American water polo player, Azevedo, won gold medal at the 2007 Pan American Games at Rio de Janeiro. Under its brilliant leadership, the United States defeated the host country in the finals 9-3. He was a member of the American Olympic Team in 1961 and Athens.

This North American country has organized several Olympics:

– Part III. Summer Olympics in St. Louis, Missouri

– III Winter Olympics in New York, Lake Placid

-The Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California

– VIII. Winter Olympics at Squaw Valley, California

– XIII Winter Olympics at Lake Placid, New York

The XXIII. Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California

– The XXVI Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia

– The XIX Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah

Mary Lou Retton Károlyi Béla, Comaneci, one of the best tournament in history

David "Tinker" Juarez (cyclist) and Ricardo Juarez (boxer) are Mexican. David won the gold medal at the 1995 Pan American Games in Argentina.

The US team won 13 gold medals at the 1982 FINA World Championships in Guayaquil, Ecuador. World Champions: Tracy Ruiz, Megan Neyer, Greg Louganis, Steve Lundquist, Matt Gribbe, Andrew Gaines, Rick Carey, Mary Meagher and Kimberley Linehan.

In the 1980s, the Women's Sports Fund established the Flora Hyman Trophy for athletes who are Hyman's "dignity, spirit and excitement of excitement." Who was Flora "Flo" Hyman? He was one of the greatest volleyball players in the history of the game. Flora Jean Hyman loved sports with great passion. She once said, "Once you are young, you can do it only once." In 1973 Flora played for the first time in the United States. After that he played many times in his country and in 1978 he was one of the best blockbusters of the Soviet Union World Cup. According to Nancy Foley, "Hyman was known for his devoted, astonishing skills, with the same strong defensive capabilities, personal integrity and charisma." Of course, there were many fans at Lima's Lima World Championship. Rita Crockett's teammate said, "No one can be compared to him, I have never seen anyone else before." He was the perfect model. It was an ideal man, not just in sports but in everything. "Arie Selinger, one of the world's best coach, was named" The Goddess of the Volleyball "

Date of Birth: July 31, 1954 [19659002] Place of Birth: Inglewood, California

Education: University of Texas [19659002] Olympic teammates: Rose Magers, Rita Crockett, Carolyn Becker and Paula Weishoff

1973: Summer Universiade

1974: World Championship – 12th place

1975: NORCECA 2nd place, Pan American Games

1976: Previous Olympic Tournament

1977: NORCECA Competition 2nd place, World Championship 7, Summer Universities 1968: 1978: World Championships 5th place

1979: NORCECA competition 2nd place Pan American Games-4.

1980: USA for Olympic Games (not participated)

1981: World Cup 4th place; NORCECA race 1st place

1982: World Championships 3rd place

1983: NORCECA competition 1st place; Pan American Games 2nd place

1984: Olympic j Shakes – 2nd place